Strator are experts in the challenges posed by the increasing information resources to all organizations. The challenges are, both overcoming the handling of the big volumes, and doing it in line with the increasingly tight regulatory requirements and standards.
We work through our horizontal specialty in all industries, but have a lot of experience in life science. Our services fall into the following categories:
Vi kan meget mere end det. I 2019 sætter vi for alvor strøm på Contract Lifecycle Management og Customer Communication Management.
Dokumenter, dokumenter, dokumenter – Strator A/S.
Strator was founded in 2008 on a professional basis of deep expertise within Documentum. It was then and remains one of the leading platforms for enterprise content management. From there we have developed our advice and technology palette. In 2014, Strator Børsens Gazelle gained some years of amazing growth, and in the same year we became Dell EMC Gold Partners (today OpenText) because we have incredibly profound technical knowledge about the Documentum platform.
The strator (in Greek narrative sources often replaced with the Greek equivalent of hippokomos) was typically a soldier, sometimes even a centurion, who was chosen from the ranks to act as a groom for a senior officer or civil official. His tasks included attending to and even procuring horses, and the supervision of the stable. In the Roman Empire, the stratores of the imperial court formed a distinct corps, the schola stratorum, headed by the Count of the Stable (comes stabuli), and later, in the middle Byzantine period, the protostrator (πρωτοστράτωρ, “first strator“). In the provincial administration, senior stratores chosen among centurions etc. were typically members of the staff of Roman governors and in turn headed other, more junior stratores.
In the Byzantine Empire, the title was more generally used as an honorific dignity for mid-level civil and military officials from the 8th century on, which led to the actual grooms of the imperial court being distinguished as “stratores of the imperial stratorikion“. The dignity of the strator belonged to those intended for “bearded men” (i.e. non-eunuchs), and was conferred by the award of an insigne (dia brabeiou axia), in this case a jewelled gold whip. It ranked relatively low in the imperial hierarchy: in the Kletorologion of 899, it ranks sixth from the bottom, above the kandidatos and below the hypatos.
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